In Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley, small architecture practice Twohill and James has created a strong identity for this medical practice, defined by colour, artwork and custom joinery.
Drawing from the story of convict-turned-brewer James Squire, Collins and Turner in collaboration with Baber Studio and D’Occhio created a “seductive piece of urban design” in the form of a brewhouse in South Brisbane.
Stephen Cameron Architecture has designed an optical store that resembles a cabinet of curiosities.
Blonde Venus in Brisbane, designed by Richards & Spence, is stamped with the fashion-forward personality of its owner.
Phorm Architecture and Design adds a contemporary counterpoint to the original Queenslander.
Brisbane’s Arrow Energy offices by Geyer are open and flexible for collaboration.
A thoughtful fitout above the Brisbane River designed with long lunches in mind.
Richard Kirk Architect revisits Hawthorne Residence, the practice’s first project from 2003.
The new Norton Rose offices by Carr Design Group.
Wrightson Stewart Interior Design turn an old woolstore apartment into a tailored bachelor pad.
Within a high-tech tower, new offices by Hassell bring an earthiness in response to the setting.
An inner-Brisbane laneway bar by Marc & Co uses its gritty setting inside an old loading dock to advantage.
A case study in sustainable design through the provision of adaptable space.
Peddle Thorp Architects and James Cubitt Architects transform a university library.
This Brisbane restaurant by Arkhefield features a stacked, curving timber wall that runs through the centre of the space.
Riddel Architecture’s new studio in Brisbane respects the original 1950s architecture with an ethos of minimal interference.
Coop Creative has created a chic hotel in this converted Queenslander without losing the feeling of home.
Emerging fashion gets a leg up at the Fleet Store, a temporary pop-up shop in Brisbane’s Wintergarden.
Without disturbing the original 1902 front rooms, Riddel Architecture transformed the back of a Brisbane home.
An industrial building becomes a work space for a range of creatives, from photographers to graphic designers, architects and writers, thanks to Ark Atelier in Brisbane.
Coop Creative’s interior for this paediatric physiotherapy practice achieves functional vibrancy within a small space.